The Hollywood Canteen was a club for GIs where Joan Crawford might over-easy you some eggs and John Garfield might scrub out the frying pan. The movie Hollywood Canteen
is a snappy, starry salute to that World War II landmark. Dazzle the troops and modern fans in "a great big scrambled vaudeville show with enough talent to have made a dozen fine movies."
Thank Your Lucky Stars
Bette Davis, Humphrey Bogart, Errol Flynn, and Dinah Shore come out to play in the joyous World War II-era Thank Your Lucky Stars. A breezy, behind-the-Hollywood-scenes story about young talents hoping for a big break glitters with specialty numbers featuring Golden Era greats. Dig in!
This Is The Army
From immigrant lad to All-American success story, Irving Berlin showed his abiding love for his adopted country with, among other cultural accomplishments, decades of Broadway hits, the unofficial national anthem God Bless America and the World War II spirit-lifter This Is the Army. On stage it featured 350 real-life GIs, giving their singing-and-dancing all to raise nearly $2 million (then an astronomical sum) for Army Emergency Relief.